If you want to drive safely, leave your other half at home.
More than a third of motorists say their spouse or partner is the passenger that distracts them most, increasing their chances of crashing.
When asked who their least favourite passengers were, 16 percent said their significant other. Just 12 percent said hitchhikers.
The survey, by insurance comparison site Confused.com, found a fifth of drivers have had an accident when someone else was in the car. One in 14 of those drivers blamed the behaviour of passengers for the crash.
When it came to naming passengers’ most annoying habits, back-seat driving came top. Other things that drive us up the wall include too much talking and fiddling with the radio. -Daily Mail